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Your health and well-being are the foundation for your baby's growth and development. Pick up tips on nutrition, exercise, and safety during pregnancy.
Eating nutrient-packed foods when expecting is important for your growing body and can help support your baby’s development. Check out this list of menu must-haves.
Stretch marks are caused by the stretching of the skin due to the growing baby in your body. Learn about what you can do to help prevent or minimize stretch marks.
Eating well during pregnancy helps keep you and your baby healthy, and helps you feel better, too. Learn how to put together a balanced diet that provides all the nutrients you and your baby need.
Maybe you don't feel like moving, not one little bit. But exercise can offer amazing benefits when you're pregnant. Find out more about prenatal exercise.
Being pregnant may have a powerful effect on your emotions. And for many women, the mood swings are just as challenging as the physical symptoms. Find out what makes pregnancy such an emotional time.
If you're trying to eat well, you may have questions about carbohydrates: What are simple carbs vs. complex carbs? Which carbohydrate foods should I eat? Get some answers and useful tips.
In our latest Welcome to Parenthood video, our moms learn that the most important thing, is to find what works for you.
Fathers have their own journey to parenthood. Learn how many fathers prepare for their new baby's arrival and their new role as a dad.
You and your baby can't do without protein. Protein helps keep your energy up, and it gives your baby the amino acids needed for growth. Find out how to get enough during pregnancy.
Each new trimester brings on new challenges to getting a good night's rest. Use these tips for each trimester to ensure that you and your growing baby get the sleep you need.
Pregnancy is a great time to look for a pediatrician, who will be your partner and expert resource as you raise a happy and healthy child. Learn how to select someone you like and trust.
When you’re pregnant its easy to mistake normal pregnancy symptoms for something more serious. But what there is a true complication? Here are some tips about symptoms to look for.
As you near your due date, your uterus may contract occasionally in what are called Braxton Hicks contractions. However, some women experience preterm labor contractions. How can you tell which is which? Find
Calcium and iron are key pieces to a healthy pregnancy. Learn the benefits and dosage of each.
Pregnant fathers sometimes complain of morning sickness, food cravings, backaches, and weight gain…. What brings on these symptoms and what can be done to help?
When can you fly? Should you be driving? Find out more about pregnancy travel safety.
Are you wondering how long to continue working? Or whether certain on-the-job tasks and activities are safe? Pick up some strategies and insights to help you navigate working while pregnant.
You're closer than ever to seeing and holding your baby. But you may encounter a few new aches and pains in the remaining weeks. Learn how to make your third trimester as comfortable as possible.
Pregnancy is the perfect time to start or renew a daily habit of reading. Find out how to create a word-rich, book-filled life for your baby and your family.
We all know the old joke that pregnant women crave pickles and ice cream, and while you might not yet be combining such odd foods you might notice that your tastes have changed. But what might be causing your